Food & Drink in Richmond Hill


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The taste-bud pleasers at Dairy Queen whip up a creamy whirlwind of classic ice-cream treats and toasty mealtime dishes. The signature Blizzard's ($3.49–$5.29) chunky charms are as inescapable as ever, with classic candies and other flavour options blended to unmatched thickness with creamy soft-serve. Sundaes slather vanilla ice cream in hot fudge or caramel for an appealingly layered delight ($2.99–$3.59), and cones come either audaciously nude ($2.69–$3.19) or dipped in a luxurious layer of chocolate or crunchy coating ($2.79–$3.29), Alternatively, sizzle-starved denizens can get their fill without walking on coals by noshing on a selection of burgers, sandwiches, wraps, and fries.
10441 Yonge Street
Richmond Hill,
ON
CA
Cafe Mirage Grill & Lounge combines the elegance of upscale dining with the comfort of a casual café, delighting guests with sleek décor and meals to reflect each dining ideal. A menu of chic cuisine and informal foodstuffs is packed with choices to please varying appetites or argumentative dual heads. Entrées include the Thai striploin 10-ounce steak, which marinates western-raised beef in Thai sesame sauce, lending the cut a multicultural education to pass down to its steamed seasonal vegetables and baked potato or Yukon gold garlic mashed potatoes ($27). No-frills nibblers can get down to business with a shepherd's burger ($13), a handmade, goat-cheese stuffed patty with roasted red peppers and sautéed onions, a toasted bun hard hat, and a tool box of side salad or french fries. Wash down the delightful dishes with a glass of Bellini ($6), a fusion of sparking wine and peach purée, or a non-alcoholic fruitstravaganza ($6), a melding of three separate fruits into a refreshing drink to quench thirsts and vie for a quirky Food Network sitcom.
160 York Blvd
Richmond Hill,
ON
CA
Inside Café en Passant, tables are handsomely dressed in blue and white linens; along with the bouquets of red carnations, the colors evoke the French Tricolore flag. For 35 years, these tables have displayed dishes prepared elegantly with both traditional and nouveau techniques, such as baked white-mushroom caps filled with pâté, red wine, and Swiss. Though rooted in French flavors (there are crêpes, escargots, and award-winning French onion soups), the dinner menu also includes wiener schnitzel and a handful of Italian-style pasta dishes. Whatever the dish, chefs use fresh, local ingredients whenever possible, and often rotate in specials that guests will find displayed on a blackboard or etched into their water's ice cubes. Of course, since this is a French restaurant at heart, there's plenty of dedication to both wine and dessert. Sorbets and cheesecakes rotate daily, but you can order classics such as chocolate-truffle cake and their specialty crème brûlée every day. The wine list represents vineyards from around the world, including Canadian and Australian reds alongside French and Californian whites.
10133 Yonge Street
Richmond Hill,
ON
CA
Restoran Malaysia's treasure trove of curries and sambal-infused dishes leaves no stone unturned in the spice department. But the menu features a counterbalance to its fiery plates: a long list of juice drinks. These sweet libations range from the Malaysian cooler—orange juice, pineapple juice, and coconut milk—to the durian smoothie, and they effectively offset the intense flavours of Malaysian, Chinese, and Indian entrees. If you prefer your drinks hot, the staff recommends either concealing your own microwave under the table or ordering the teh tarik: black tea blended with condensed and evaporated milks. As for the food, it's halal with many vegetarian-friendly options, such as garlic green beans or eggplant. The Indonesian fried rice comes topped with an entire fried egg and shrimp chips, and the ekor soup bursts with savoury hints of oxtail and coriander. The homemade roti, a type of Indian bread, is also popular, and it can be paired with curry mutton or stuffed with egg, onions, and chili. There's even a dessert version loaded with banana and covered in condensed milk.
815 Major Mackenzie Drive East
Richmond Hill,
ON
CA
The designers of Kazan Teppanyaki's glowing interior divide the space evenly between teppanyaki tables equipped with Japanese flat grills and round booths bordering centre insets for Korean barbecue. The decor reflects the eatery's extensive menu, which also splits its black-filigreed pages between Japanese and Korean grilled specialties. Chefs tend to sizzling short ribs, black tiger jumbo shrimp, and veggies within cheek-pinching reach of patrons who surround each respective grill during meal preparation. In addition to the aroma of flaming fare and spicy sauces, Kazan Teppanyaki spruces its interior with elegant artwork, smatterings of floral arrangements, and minimalist wreaths fashioned from chopsticks.:m]]
9625 Yonge St
Richmond Hill,
ON
CA
Try out this lovely and fresh experience at Inatei Japanese Cuisine. At Inatei, they specialize in fresh, authentic, Japanese food. The restaurant itself is a lovely experience with soft lighting and delicate china. Open for service during both lunch and dinner, Inatei offers a specialized menu for their lunch service and an a la carte menu for dinner. Everything offered here—regardless if you’re going out for the sushi, teriyaki, tempura, or something a bit more adventurous—is fresh and interesting. Taste their appetizer of chawanmushi, which is a Japanese steamed egg custard, or gindara saikyu yaki, also known as grilled black cod in miso paste. Stop by for a delicious treat of a meal at Inatei Japanese Cuisine.
9021 Leslie Street
Richmond Hill,
ON
CA
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